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Inside Khloé and Kourtney’s new Californian Home.

By Kenn Leong

– And what’s inside the pantry! 

You either love them, or you hate them, but either way, you cant help but notice them. It’s none other than the Kardashians.

Khloé and Kourtney have recently redone their new Californian homes with the help of décor extraordinaire, Martyn Lawrence Bullard. And to make things better, they opened it to photographer Roger Davies to photograph the whole thing… even one of their pantries.

There are a couple of noteworthy things to mention, perhaps start with Kourtney’s home office equipped with Harry Benson’s photograph of Mia Farrow and Frank Sinatra at Truman Capote’s Black and White Ball and of course, Batman, a gelatine silver print by Herb Ritts. (Not to mention the Pierre Jeanneret chairs and vintage Jules Leleu desk.) In her living room, are Christian Liaigre sofas covered in a Schumacher wool and a Larsen leather as well as a Steinway piano.

The exquisite furniture continues into the dining room with a tailored table and suite of Jeanneret chairs from JF Chen under a José Esteves chandelier from Intérieurs. Oh and a framed artwork from Roy Lichtenstein.

Moving on swiftly to the kitchen, the first thing to notice is certainly the Caeserstone in both Khloé and Kourtney’s kitchens. In Kourtney’s, this accompanies the Ann Sacks limestone floor. Along with that, there’s a famous photograph of Andy Warhol by Greg Gorman, Dornbracht sink fittings, pendant lights from Arteluce and even a sub-zero refrigerator.

Khloé’s kitchen on the other hand, seemed to be a much more glamorous set up. The focal point of the room is a one of a kind hood and pendant light from Reborn Antiques. And wall ovens by Wolf. Outside, in her courtyard is a roaring fireplace and

So what’s in her pantry? Well, as it’s all about saving the best for last, there’s packets of sweets in jars, cereals like Shredded Wheat and Fruit Loops, cake packet mixes, pre-made icing, chocolate chips to feed an army, and all sorts of flour (she bakes apparently). And since she’s all about that, she even has some snacks in her private screening room too.

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